I was impressed reading about all these intricacies at the spiritual realms! Helping me thus further appreciate life at its wholeness, making me more eagerly to help others. By helping others I am helping myself in the end, as everyone and everything are entangled in this magnificent wheel of Life! Inspired by the introduction at the chapter 'The Grand Tour', I believe that whatever a spirit needs in order to have more of the universal knowledge, that is been manifested.
What I especially enjoyed?
When a person dies, where does his or her spirit and body go until the Second Coming?
Very difficult to distinguish, as everything was utterly interesting for me and my endless interest about the spiritual realm. There are some parts though that I especially enjoyed reading.
These were the parts of Meg's relation over her unique NDExperience. Then the chapter that talks about the Schools; the relation of all this unique energy of light is like a balsam for my spirit, it really makes me feel like I am at home. Also the chapter about God and Jesus and the parallel universes. The chapter 'Planning and Preparation', oh! I so much enjoyed that chapter, full of spiritual light! A real mind-opener, as all of Dolores' books. Shed light on age-old questions, to which we all have the answers. We exist consciously in such limited a space, we forget that there is so much more.
Alas, in a vast universe, possibilities are endless!
Death is nothing to fear, it is but a change of atmosphere. Shelves: underreaders. Out of the 4 books by Dolores Cannon that I have read so far, this one is probably her best one. Generally it has a good flow of information, and it is a quite an in-depth reading experience. Her other books that I've read were often all over the place and at times hard to follow. Nonetheless, there are still some things that I'd like to be improved perhaps in a 2nd edition? For example a better proofreader would be good, as there are sometimes errors. I'd also really appreciate it if she pro Out of the 4 books by Dolores Cannon that I have read so far, this one is probably her best one.
I'd also really appreciate it if she provided a short paragraph or 2 about each subject as well as their fake name I understand the need for annonimity, I just want to be able to tell her subjects apart. In this book she only names one subject, "John", and everyone else is just "S". I think if there was a short excerpt about each person she puts under her hypnosis, it would do 2 things: 1 Grant them an acknowledgement and co-authorship of the experience.
After all they are the "channel", and they are also doing some of the work at least. Nonetheless, if you are tempted to venture into the works of Mrs. Cannon, perhaps it would be best to start with this book, as despite all my wishes for how it should be constructed and organized, I still ended up learning something, and that's always a good thing!
Great Book! As with all of Delores Cannon's books, this one is full of eye opening information that I find fascinating.
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Gives you plenty to think about, and I always come away a little more enlightened than when I started. I highly recommend this and all Delores Cannon's books! Great read I have been read all her books, but out of chronological order. I need to put them in order now to make better sense. But love them nevertheless.
Much like her other channeled books, this one explores between lives of people awaiting incarnation. When I picked this book, many friends told me that this is a humbug issue, where a person can tell about past life, or through regression one can see what life is after death, etc. Karma what you will sow, you will reap. Importance of karma is given through the book. Many facets o When I picked this book, many friends told me that this is a humbug issue, where a person can tell about past life, or through regression one can see what life is after death, etc.
Many facets of life after death are described in the book, new information which I was unaware of is easily provided by the Dolores Cannon. The writing style of author is simple, easy transcript of person who is being regressed is presented by the author. The book is the collection of conversation between author and various other regressed people who gives information on other side after death.
The book is dividend in many chapters like the death experience, different level of existence in the spirit world, guides and guardian angel, ghosts and poltergeists, the birth experience etc. One of the interesting incidents mentioned in the book which I liked the most is a Temple of Healing where soul is being healed by various colors of lights, where lights coming from different types of stones or to be precise like diamonds, also the Tapestry room were soul can find which type of life that soul has ever lived and it also shows that every soul are connected with each other, its like interwoven.
Interesting facts while reading the book are: each soul have their guardian angel who helps whenever needed, suicide is major wrong doing.
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Jan 30, Logan Streondj rated it it was amazing. This page turner had me glued to the phone well past my bedtime. Had some good insights and covers some things which weren't covered in Destiny of Souls, also has a different numbering system then that which was elucidated by the Ra Material, but otherwise most of the other things are quite similar.
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Some notable new content was the tapestry room, a room which contains the tapestry of all the lives that are living. Where the 'threads' are peoples lives, and the thickness and interconnection depends on how many lives they affect. Another interesting aspect was description of the lower, middle and upper astral realms. In the lower astral realms people that had addiction during their life, follow around people that have similar addictions, similar to the "hungry ghosts" of Buddhism but not as graphic.
In the middle astral realms people recreate somewhat paradise like existence in the spirit world, such as where they spend time with family in a suburban setting. In the higher realms souls generally go to the temple of wisdom and library of knowledge since that is what they are most interested in.
It also covers imprints which are an interesting concept in and of themselves, basically where before incarnating in a new place a person can choose to receive the imprints of one or more lives that people lived on Earth, this mostly to make it easier to integrate. Jan 03, Axel Shaw rated it it was amazing Shelves: home-library , awakening. It offers one of the best definitions of karma I've ever heard: "The law of cause and effect is one of the basic laws in effect everywhere, regardless of what universe you are in.
This law is one of the underlying principles of karma that supports the entire structure. And karma applies to how the different energies interact with each other, sometimes being cause and sometimes being effect, in a complex combination of moves. This is what builds karma. The action that results can also be called cause for other effects. It is all interlocking. Las but not least, her humility and open-mindedness are 2 qualities I admire throughout her work; values that make me resonate with her person and methods.
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Together with Michael Newton's 'Journey of Souls', this book serves as an excellent introduction to the life beyond our tiny human perception. I'd recommend it to anyone new to the concepts of Reincarnation, Past Lives, Higher Self, and whatnot. Jun 28, Georgia Butler rated it liked it Shelves: metaphysical. I recently discovered Dolores Cannon via many Youtube videos published in recent years from presentations given over the last few decades. The first I watched was related to her interactions with Nostradamus during past life regression sessions. I found her testimony compelling and believable and right away ordered the first book I saw listed with her name--Between Life and Death: Conversations with a Spirit.
I must admit, however, I was not too impressed, mainly because as an interviewer, Canno I recently discovered Dolores Cannon via many Youtube videos published in recent years from presentations given over the last few decades. I must admit, however, I was not too impressed, mainly because as an interviewer, Cannon asks way too many questions, so many that I persistently became bored and had to skim.
Perhaps, I'm jaded, having reading a few such testimonials over the years, most conspicuously, Seth Speaks by Jane Roberts. Even so, I was willing to suspend judgment on the information retrieved from these sessions since I do believe in reincarnation and extraterrestrials and all things that "normal" people do not. However, when I listened to yet another Youtube of Dolores she is very interesting to listen to , I heard something that I'm not willing to accept: that descendants of the Atlanteans I do accept their history, generally are currently living underground, where some of them migrated after their continent sank into the ocean.
This is simply a "bridge too far" for me. Jul 25, ASD rated it really liked it. Why, sometimes I've believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast. I guess her other books must certainly be worth a try, very few speculative fiction is as powerful. Sep 18, Raghad Zain rated it it was amazing. I remember feeling shocked and at peace at the same time.. Jun 25, Patricia McNally rated it it was amazing. I love all of Dolores Cannon's books that I have read and this one is no exception. It gives an insight into what happens between life and departure to the spiritual realms.
It is comforting in many ways. Jun 15, D rated it it was ok. Still, an interesting read, especially for someone who's never read anything about the subject. Free Resources. Video Library. Free Online Bible School. Contact Us. Q and A. What is the "spirit" that returns to God at death? Print Friendly. There is a connection between spirit and air. Air is invisible, yet we need it for life. We cannot see it but when it blows we hear and feel its effects.
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